Apple announced it was removing a number of its iPad repair options from its website, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other repair options.
As of Thursday, the company removed several iPad repair apps from its repair site, including Tabla Repair, which lets users easily repair their iPads from anywhere, according to a press release issued Thursday.
Apple says it removed Tabla because it does not comply with the law.
It has been removed from the Apple website.
“We have removed Tablares Repair from our website because it is not compliant with local or federal regulations and does not meet our quality and reliability criteria,” the company said in a statement.
The repair app offers several options for iPad repair, including the Tabla repair program and a repair service that can repair iPads in various locations.
However, Apple said that the tabla program is not available for iPhones, iPods, and iPods with cellular connectivity.
The repair app does not work for the iPad Mini or iPad mini 2.
“Our goal is to improve the iPad experience for our customers and we want to help them stay in touch with their devices,” Apple said.
“With the Tablare Repair, users can get an iPad repaired at any of the following locations: Macbook Air, Macbook Pro, Mac Pro Retina, MacBook Pro Ret.
2nd Generation, MacBook Air with Retina Display, MacBook Book with Retine, MacBook Classic, and MacBook Pro.”
The tabla app has a disclaimer that states it is “designed for iPhone, iPad, and iPod repair.”